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In the 1980s, geeky Adam uses a video camera to document his family's crazy life. His mother, Beverly, is overprotective and lacks boundaries, while his dad has a hot temper and finds it difficult to parent without screaming. Rounding out the clan are Adam's terrifying sister, Erica; his older brother, Barry, who has middle-child syndrome; and the family's beloved grandfather, Al "Pops" Solomon. Pops is responsible for wild antics, including offering drinks to Barry and teaching Adam about the ways of love -- which create more chaos in an already high-strung family.

Latest episodes

aired 5 days ago
When Erica realizes how much Beverly's love means to her, she tries to delay graduating so she can stay with her; Barry's plans for Lainey and himself fall apart; Dana makes a surprise visit as Adam and Jackie officially become a couple.
aired 7 days ago
When Barry and Erica get Adam to show them the rough layout of the yearbook, they accidentally delete the file and damage Adam's relationship with Jackie; Marvin visits to ask for money.
aired 7 days ago
A TV movie inspires Barry to try to convince Murray to build an underground bunker; Erica and Adam go all out with Mother's Day gifts before making requests of Beverly.
aired 8 days ago
Murray is honored as one of Jenkintown's top businessmen; Beverly tries to find a hobby for Murray; Erica comes to Barry's rescue after his golf cart stealing scheme goes awry.
aired 8 days ago
Barry attempts to drive a wedge between Adam and Pops; Erica blows her college interview at Penn State.
aired 8 days ago
Barry plans big romantic gestures for Lainey on prom night; Adam is thrilled when a nerdy but cute junior asks him out.
aired 8 days ago
After Barry starts checking out the best medical schools to become a doctor, Lainey announces she got into a fashion program that doesn't have a medical school, so Barry decides to modify his dream so he can be with Lainey.
aired 9 days ago
Barry is kicked out of the JTP after Matt starts hanging out with the group; a swear jar is created after Adam uses a curse word.
aired 9 days ago
Adam and the other Adam Goldberg have a karate match to settle once and for all a long-running feud; Erica and Geoff's relationship goes public.
aired 9 days ago
When a talent agent tells Adam he's only suitable for "nerd" roles, Beverly makes it her mission to turn him into a heartthrob; Barry decides to embrace a punk lifestyle; Murray's attempt to get more involved in Erica's life backfires.
aired 9 days ago
Erica is jealous of Barry's performance when they both get jobs at Spencer's; Murray insists that Adam get a job, but Beverly thinks he should focus on filmmaking.
aired 9 days ago
Adam tries to join the tennis team to stay close to his friend Chad; Beverly helps Erica get through her post-breakup depression.
aired 9 days ago
The boys take advantage of Murray when they find out he has a fear of snow; Erica is angry when Beverly finds her college application, lauding her mom as her hero.
aired 10 days ago
Beverly hopes to inspire the students when she substitutes for Barry's chemistry class; Adam accidentally embarrasses Emmy by reading a note about her in class.
aired 11 days ago
Beverly talks Erica into writing a Hannukah song, inspiring Barry to prove his own musical prowess; Adam discovers things he loved as a child aren't as good as he remembers.
aired 11 days ago
When Adam creates a basketball video that makes it look like he and his friends beat Barry at a game, Barry demands a rematch at the school gym; Beverly throws a surprise party for Murray's 50th birthday, despite his protests.
aired 11 days ago
Barry becomes jealous of Adam when he discovers Adam's new theater role requires him to kiss Lainey; Beverly substitute teaches one of Erica's classes and makes it a nightmare for her and other students.
aired 11 days ago
A shared love of "Knight Rider" brings Murray and Uncle Marvin together, until Adam ruins it; Beverly invites Lainey and Bill to Thanksgiving dinner, so Barry won't split his time between the two houses.
aired 12 days ago
Adam asks his dad for money to film his own action movie; Erica and Beverly go clothes shopping; Erica uses Beverly's sweaters to create her own version of a popular outfit.
aired 13 days ago
Adam gets in trouble with Beverly after he portrays her as a monster while writing a horror story; Erica forces Barry to attend a costume dance with her.
aired 14 days ago
Murray and Pop-Pop have a message war after getting their first-ever answering machines; Beverly worries about Adam's social standing when he starts spending his lunch time with some geeks in the computer room.

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